Disco Biscuits Live at Camp Bisco V (Hunter Mountain Ski Lodge) on 2006-08-25
- Disco Biscuits
The Disco Biscuits
August 25, 2006
Camp Bisco V (Hunter Mountain Ski Lodge)
Taped By: Brad Leblanc
Source: AKG c480b/ck61 (FOB, NOS @ 9') > Oade Basic Mod R-4 (24/48)
Lineage: R-4 WAV > WaveLab (gain adjustment) > UV22HR (resample/dither) > FLAC16
Set I (Disc 1)
01. Banter / Crowd
02. Cyclone (Tease) >
03. Mindless Dribble > *
04. Plan B >
05. Mindless Dribble > *
06. 7-11 -> **
07. Svenghali -> ***
08. Rock Candy
Set II (Disc 2)
01. Crowd / Tuning / Intro
02. Spraypaint ->
03. Spaga -> ***
04. Bazaar Escape
Set II cont'd (Disc 3)
01. Humuhumunukunukuapua'a ->
02. The Great Abyss -> ***
04. Encore Break
05. King of the World (Encore)
06. Magellan Reprise (Encore)
* dub version
Tracked by George Ewing
Reviewed by George Ewing and Dave Cooke
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|Banter / Crowd|
|Cyclone (Tease) >|
|Mindless Dribble > *|
|Plan B >|
|Mindless Dribble > *|
|7-11 -> **|
|Svenghali -> ***|
|Crowd / Tuning / Intro|
|Spaga -> ***|
|The Great Abyss -> ***|
|King of the World (Encore)|
|Magellan Reprise (Encore)|
- 2006-09-16 03:09:37
- R-4 WAV > WaveLab (gain adjustment) > UV22HR (resample/dither) > FLAC16
- Hunter, NY
- Taped by
- Brad Leblanc
Subject: good show
1st set ends strong, 2nd set is completely glorious. Spaga and Abyss inversions are stunningly orgasmic. Segue into Bazaar is drawn out but not dragged out, i think they spent the perfect amount of time letting us bask in the vibe of that jam.
4 stars for a poorly executed beginning of the first set.
* Edited x amount of years later. They only play half of Cyclone. I guess that was their attempt at playing an unfinished Cyclone.
It's hilarious that people act like this was a letdown for Camp Bisco. The Spraypaint sequence alone slaughters anything from Camps 1, 3 or 4.
And man, that Dribble-> Plan B is much cooler than I remember it being.. People think that isn't a "Real Dribble" apparently, while it sucks that there wasn't an outro jam and all.. There seems to be this weird misconception about Dribble having a balls out crazy techno jam when the jam has really been this pleasant dub thing since I dunno.. 2002 or so? Per usual, Biscuits fans have this whole host of expectations which don't line up with reality.
While the poor reviews for this show are hilariously off-base, it's nice to see a "B" show actually rated like one instead of getting a bunch of 5 star reviews for no apparent reason. So thanks for the bad reviews!
2006 is an oft-maligned year.. But this is the exact moment where Allen's influence on the band forcefully dragged them out of the malaise they had been floating in since Fall 2003. This is the moment where they stopped coasting, eventually leading up to that spectacular NYE Run. As weird as it is to say, 2006 is the only year with definitive shows at both Camp and NYE.
Subject: hoodie hoo
Subject: ONE OF THE BEST OF '06
7-11 is AMAZING. > Svengali is great.
The transition from Great Abyss > Spraypaint here is real nice.
Certainly an above average show.
Humu is not even close to being the highlight!!! Unless jungle jams are your thing.
Subject: So nearly no one has gotten this right yet...
7-11 > Svenghali > Rock Candy is all really tight, the 7-11 especially. Good segues throughout.
The entire second set is a hightlight. The Spraypaint was the best version of the song they had played to date (there have been really good versions since camp, but this was the first time they really jammed it out) and the segue into an INVERTED SPAGA was completely smooth, with a patient jam leading into the second peak of spaga. The inverted Spaga is no slouch either, plus its the first time Spaga has ever been inverted.
The next part of this sequence (Humu>inv Abyss>Spraypaint) is more good stuff. The humu is well played, with a patient jam into the first inverted abyss they've played. The abyss is maddness, really good stuff throughout. The Spraypaint ending is fantastic, a friend descirbed it as "victorious" and I agree with that.
The Rest of the Show:
If you like a dub dribble, this version isn't perfect but its a great attempt at a different version of the song. The encore was super mellow, but the magellan reprise was well performed.
Subject: Show was great
Subject: 2 GREAT SEGMENTS...
AND THE HUMU ->GREAT ABYSS->SPRAYPAINT IN THE SECOND SET. THOSE SEGMENTS WERE GREAT BUT NOT ENOUGH IN MY OPINION TO SAVE THIS OVERALL POOR PERFORMANCE. THE SECOND NIGHT WAS A SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT OVER THIS FIRST NIGHT AT CAMP BISCO.
Subject: set 2
Subject: dont let the NOOBS fool you
Subject: average at best
Subject: fun nigght
Subject: Great Show!!
Subject: first night of camp v
and they've really matured with thie sound too; allen is spot on with the boys. not bad, with all things considered (and the new biscuits sounds waaay better than the Triscuit stuff too).
i dont think i miss sammy as much now...
Subject: Truely amazing.
I was in front for both sets (not bragging), and it seemed like all of them were having a crap load of fun.
(the mike myers setbreak was amazing too... anyone know where i can find that?)
Subject: I love Camp
Subject: Great Night
-great times with benevento russo duo
Subject: Had to be there
Subject: 2nd night was better.
2nd set was better. Spraypaint was such a treat and >Spaga might have been the largest peak of camp. I loove spaga so I might be biased. >bazaar escape, again a treat, this song has been at the top of my want-to-see list for a long time so I loved it. I hate humu. . . and the show just sort of fizzled-out (sp?) from then on until ending abrubtly as I remember with spraypaint. King of the world was a good encore and then magellan reprise was reeaally nice to hear.
2 star show with a 4 star setlist = 3 stars
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